April 03, 2017 1 min read 2 Comments

After landing it is off to Kew Gardens on the south side of the Thames. This huge Royal Garden is the home of the Pagoda.

Also we will do tea at our favorite (or should we say favourite) hotel: The Dorchester located on Hyde Park. It always pleased my dad John that this most British of British hotels used our tea. 


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Deborah Tolland
Deborah Tolland

April 05, 2017

This would be a dream come true for sure..what a beautiful place

Patti Krasny
Patti Krasny

April 05, 2017

This would be such a wonderful journey of tea, and if anyone knows how to serve tea, it’s the Brits!! I’ve never had a crumpet before!!

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